How to fix Ice Cream Sandwich update errors

By : |June 3, 2012 0

[image_library_tag 858/18858, align=”left” width=”93″ height=”180″ title=”Samsung Galaxy S II” alt=”Samsung Galaxy S II” border=”0″ vspace=”7″ hspace=”7″ complete=”complete” complete=”complete” ,default]BANGALORE, INDIA: At first, I was really excited because an Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update had finally arrived at my Samsung Galaxy S II. Good for me, because I was feeling inferior that my dad bought an HTC One X running on Ice Cream Sandwich, but my phone had Ginger Bread.

So, I immediately downloaded the update through Wi-Fi. The size of this update was 200MB. The look and feel were pretty cool, which made me delete the Go Launcher Ex as well as the Go Locker.

Also read: Ice Cream Sandwich update for Samsung Galaxy S II

Everything seemed fine until I clicked on Google search and found out that it wasn’t getting connected. I was shocked. At this point, my immediate thoughts were, ”Oh damn! By downloading the ICS update, have I ruined this phone?”

After spending a lot of time pondering over this, I came across this person, who shared a similar experience. He also revealed a procedure, following which my Google search and Internet started working.

(Source) Steveyoshi –

The Procedure :

A common observation: Neither Google search nor the Internet does work after the Ice cream Sandwich update. You need to manually fix it.

Here’s how you can do it:

Settings — More — Mobile Networks — Access Point Names — Options Reset to Default.
Turn off phone for 1 minute — Restart.

Settings — Applications — Select ALL tab.
Find Internet Application and Clear Data.
Find Google Search Application and Clear Data.

Turn off phone for 1 minute — Restart.

Wait for the home screen to refresh a couple of times and try again.

Eureka! This fixed it for me.

Did it for you as well? Share your experiences with us.

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